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Promoting an event is hard work, time consuming, costly and the most important part of ensuring event success. However not everyone is a marketing whiz, social media guru or advertising mogal. That’s where Eventsburgh steps in providing the first platform that promotes your event FOR YOU, broadcasting upcoming events using multiple channels such as newsletters and social media profiles.
Discover how two women organized over 1,000 volunteers to make more than ten thousand masks for heath care workers and caregivers at 186 facilities.
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When you think about fashion, one of your first thoughts is not about human trafficking. Heidi VanderWal, founder of Crowned Free, saw fashion as a way to bring awareness to an epidemic issue that no one wants to talk about. With the help of Pittsburgher Andrea Krueger, they have set out to create a marvelous clothing line with portions of the proceeds going to fund organizations that fight human and sexual trafficking. Listen in as we discuss this enormous issue and some beautiful, fun clothes!
Fundraising for the nonprofit:
Is it a boost for you or the bane of your existence?
If you find yourself struggling with or even dreading hosting fundraising events, this book is definitely for you!
Having developed the E.V.E.N.T Technique after years of experience, author Jill Kummer walks you through the process step-by-step and page-by-page.
She shares plenty of tried-and-true strategies that will help you make your next fundraising event (and every one after that) truly profitable rather than becoming a money pit with very common and costly mistakes.
From the first inkling of an idea about hosting an event to the final debriefing, you’ll get a better understanding of each step and how to execute properly, so your event shines, your guests have a great experience, and you boost your organization’s bank account